Hyundai’s luxury brand Genesis showcases the GV60 electric car that runs 480 km on a single charge!

Hyundai’s luxury brand Genesis has taken the wraps off the design of its upcoming electric SUV car GV60. The company has posted pictures of the car on its social media account. Apart from this, it has also been revealed that the upcoming electric car will be built on Hyundai’s global-electric modular platform (E-GMP), which is also built on top of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6, so it is assumed that It has been reported that the upcoming GV60 could be equipped with the same power and range as both these cars. The GV60 electric car can be launched by the end of this year.

Genesis has taken the wraps off the design of the GV60. The car looks beautiful and modern. It is shown in yellow colour, which also gives it a sporty feel. The GV60 gets a new shield-shaped front grille and the signature quad headlamps. The company had recently introduced its new logo, the same new logo is seen in this car. The interiors of the car are somewhat similar to that of parent company Hyundai’s Ioniq 5 and sister company Kia’s EV6. A dual-screen digital display is placed on the dashboard, while a large center console houses both the storage space and the vehicle’s controls.

The design of the GV60 electric SUV is somewhat similar to that of the coupe. One reason for this is a spoiler fixed at the rear of the car near the roofline. The roofline also curves downwards as it moves back. The side mirrors are also behind the modern look of this car. The company has used digital side mirrors in it. Actually these are cameras, which will show the scene around the car on the display inside both the front doors.


Genesis GV60 Electric SUV Car Interior

Not much information has been provided about the specifications at the moment, but as we mentioned, the upcoming electric SUV car will be based on Hyundai’s E-GMP and will use 800V electrical architecture. The car will support 350kW ultra-fast charging.

Since the car is based on the E-GMP, we can expect the same power and range as the Ioniq 5 and EV6. Online reports speculate that the electric SUV will be powered by battery options of 58kWh and 77.8kWh capacity and can give a maximum range of more than 480 kms.


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